How Cryolipolysis Works

Cryolipolysis fat freezing has emerged as a popular non-invasive treatment option for reducing localized areas of fat. The principle of cryolipolysis fat freezing relies on the controlled cooling of subcutaneous fat cells in order to reshape body contours.

During a cryolipolysis fat freezing treatment, an anti-freeze membrane and cooling applicator is applied to the treatment area. The skin and adipose tissue is drawn into the cooling applicator where controlled cooling is safely delivered to the targeted fat. The exposure to cool temperatures is set so that it causes controlled cell death of subcutaneous fat tissue without apparent damage to the overlying skin. The dead fat cells are then naturally processed and eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system.

The cryolipolysis fat freezing treatment can be used to safely reduce unwanted fat from all major areas, including the abdomen, flanks, bra-bulges, back fat, inner and outer thighs and banana rolls.

Cryolipolysis fat freezing can be performed as a standalone treatment for the spot reduction of fat or combined with ultrasonic fat cavitation and radio frequency (RF) skin tightening for complete body contouring.

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